New Zealanders living across the Ditch say they're being treated as guest workers after the latest Australian Government-led erosion of their rights. Kiwis there pay taxes but can't vote, can't become civil servants, can't get disability insurance, and now have to pay more to go to university. Meanwhile, Australians in New Zealand have all the rights that have been taken away from Kiwis in Aussie. Has the Trans-Tasman relationship become too one-sided? Will our Government stand up to our ANZAC big brother?
Holly Walker was a serial over-achiever. Everything she put her hand to she excelled at, even becoming an MP on her first attempt to Parliament. But no other job would ever come close to the challenge that Holly would face as a mother. Suffering from Post-Natal Depression, Holly did the unexpected. In her rage at not coping she turned her anger on herself... hitting and bashing her head till she was bruised and ashamed. Her candid account of her battle with the baby blues.
An unlikely friendship between a scruffy stray dog and a ultra-marathon runner. During a gruelling race across China's forbidding Gobi Desert last year, Dion Leonard and Gobi - a little chihuahua bitzer - became inseparable for the entire marathon. An inspiring tale of courage and mateship.
Has a mental health crisis put our police under siege? Police officers say the number of emergency callouts for mental health related emergencies is skyrocketing. And they are struggling to cope. Police officers, patient advocates and a frightened family affected speak out.
When a Kiwi businessman decided to buy cola nuts from the West African country of Sierra Leone, he couldn't have imagined the impact it would have on the villagers lives or his. They had survived a brutal civil war and were still trying to rebuild what they had lost. With Simon Coley's help, their future now includes the chance of tertiary education for their children and economic self-sufficiency.
Candice Hedge survived the sickening terror attack that left eight dead and more than 50 injured during the horrifying attacks in London two weeks ago. The Australian came face-to-face with one of the terrorists when he stabbed her in the neck inside the restaurant where she worked. She shares her incredible story of survival from her hospital bed.
Too many people, too much traffic, not enough houses... politicians say it's time to control population growth and protect Kiwi jobs. The answer, theyre suggesting, is to crack down on migrants. But will proposals to immigration laws cripple some industries? Is hospitality in for a big shakeup? And what might it mean for you?
Te Awarangi 'Awa' is an 18-year old, openly transgender teen from Wellington who is transitioning from male to female. She's also a year 13 student, a filmmaker and a daughter, sister and friend to many. In this SUNDAY documentary, Awa shows us - in unique and surprising ways - her own process of growing up transgender; the implications of being LGBTQI+ and her journey to acceptance and becoming her authentic self, both inside and out.
Every single day, right across the country, dairies are being terrorised by armed thugs. A lot of them are getting away with it. West Auckland dairy-owner Arun Kumar paid the ultimate price in 2014, killed by two teenagers in an attempted robbery. His family has never spoken publicly about what theyve been through but with this new wave of violence sweeping the country, they've come forward to tell their story to SUNDAY.
18-year-old Harry McLean had everything to live for. He was a talented artist, champion dancer and much-loved son. But he lost his life after a short, sharp battle with depression. Harry was failed by the mental health system - a system that critics say is at breaking point. SUNDAY investigates - and puts the tough questions to the man in charge.
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